Color Wig


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Versatility and freedom are everything when it comes to the rapidly changing fashion industry. You always need a new hairstyle to match your stunning outfit! However, frequent hairstyling can be costly and time-consuming, not to mention the potential hair damage from styling products. Do not worry! Ever since ancient Egyptians used them to protect their heads from the scorching sun, wigs have proven their worth again in modern society. They are perfect for people who like to change their hair colour from day to day but dislike the hassle of dying and bleaching. Coloured wigs come in so many different colours and shades; we are certain that there is an ideal colour wig out there for you!


What are the benefits of wearing a Colored wig?

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Convenience. The hair dying and bleaching process can take a lot of time. If you like to change colours frequently, it may be difficult to fit the process into a busy schedule. Maintenance requires additional time and effort as well because natural hair will always grow longer. With a wig, just put it on and you are ready to go! If you want to switch up your colour right away, simply pick up another wig. The whole experience is fun and hassle-free.

Cost. Hair dying and bleaching kits themselves may not be that costly, but because you need to re-dye every once in a while to ensure your hair colour looks nice and uniform, the costs can ramp up very quickly. Although high-quality wigs can be on the expensive end, keep in mind that it is a one-time cost while dying natural hair often requires much more upkeep.

Coverage. If you are bothered by hair loss, thinning hair, or receding hairlines, wigs are a great option to cover up all those problems and create a look of luscious and voluptuous hair.

Versatility. If you attempt to dye natural hair with a different colour, you may not achieve satisfactory results if your natural colour does not mix well with the desired colour. This is especially an issue with people who have darker hair. However, wigs can be produced in almost any vibrant colour you can ever wish for. You can simply purchase a wig in the colour you like instead of worrying about how the hair-dying process will work out.

Prevention of damage. Hair dying and bleaching products contain harsh chemicals and unavoidably damage your hair. If you change hair colour too frequently, your hair will become dry and brittle even with an extensive hair care routine. Wigs can prevent your hair from being damaged since it removes the need for using any dying or bleaching products. You can wear different wigs of different colours whenever you feel like it and do not have to be concerned about frizzy hair.


What are the different types of coloured wigs?

Wigs come in different types of colour styles and combinations. Note that different brands have their own colour charts and offer a different selection of colour shades. Here are some of the common colour wig categories for reference:

Solid colour: A single, uniform colour throughout. Example: solid black. Most brands offer a wide range of solid colour wigs with different shades of blacks, browns, blondes, greys, and reds. This is the most common type of colour wigs.

Highlight: A lighter highlight colour on the surface or tips on top of a darker, solid base. Example: black base with violet accented highlights on the tip

Thick streaks: Thick streaks of different colours mixed together on the same layer. Example: streaked blend of medium brown, strawberry blonde and light auburn

Two-tone frost: Two colours blended together with a light colour layer on top and a darker colour layer underneath. Example: two-tone frost blend of light golden blonde layer over the dark golden blonde bottom.

Two-tone mix: Two colours blended together on the same layer. Hair fibres show different colours from top to bottom. Example: Two-tone mix of black with 80% grey roots and grey tips

Two/Three tone top and bottom: Two to three colours mixed together with a solid base and different colour highlights through bangs and side layers. Example: black base with light yellow, orange, and soft blue highlights through bangs and side layers. Generally, only specialized brands manufacturer these types of wigs. Some accept customization.


How to take care of your coloured wig?

To keep your wig looking full, natural, and fresh, it is important to engage in proper maintenance practices. Often, whether or not people can tell whether you are wearing a wig depends on how well you take care of it instead of the quality of the wig. A wig that is looked after properly will have increased longevity and a beautiful natural shine. Here are a couple of tips to maintain your colored wig.

It is a good idea to have “off” days. Every wig has a lifespan. Over time, its colour will fade, threads will run, and overall appearance will slowly diminish. This is why if you like wearing wigs everyday, you may want to consider rotating your wigs so your wear each wig less often, thereby extending each wig’s lifespan.

Wash, but not too often. Just like your own natural hair, washing a wig too often can dry it out, making the hair fibres brittle and frizzy. You should wait a couple of days between washes to maintain your wig’s natural lustre.

Invest in high-quality wig care products. Since you have already invested money in your wig, it is a good idea to invest in high-quality wig care products. Not all shampoos and conditioners are designed for wigs. Traditional hair care products may contain harsh chemicals that can permanently damage your wig. Using specialized products for your wig is key to extending its longevity.

Practice good wig-washing techniques. Washing a wig is a bit different from washing your own hair. STEP ONE: Soak the wig in soap water for a couple of minutes. Gently comb wig-friendly shampoo throughout the wig. Remember not to rub or massage any products into the wig because this will cause chemical residue buildup that may lead to permanent damage. STEP TWO: Rinse the wig clean and comb through again with warm water. Repeat the process until all soap is rinsed off. STEP THREE: Repeat the first two steps with a wig-friendly conditioner. STEP FOUR: Detangle your wig immediately with a detangling brush. STEP FIVE: Air dries your wig. Do not use a hairdryer.

Do not use too much heat. Any type of heat tool, including hair dryers or curling irons, may damage hair. This is true for wigs too. Your wig can also become dry, brittle, and lose its natural shine if you apply heat to it. If you want a wavy or curly look, you can purchase a pre-styled curly wig instead.

Never sleep or shower with your wig. Sleeping or showering with a wig can cause significant damage to it. Please take your wig off when you need to sleep or shower.

Store your wig properly. On days you choose not to wear a wig, make sure it is stored appropriately. Keep your wig in a cool room away from direct sunlight. Use a humidifier to prevent your wig from drying out if you live in a low humidity environment. It is best to leave your wig on a mannequin head and cover it up with a light cloth to protect it from dust.

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Where to buy color wigs?

Looking for high-quality coloured wigs online? Aligrace hair is a great website to look into. Their coloured wigs are made out of 100% virgin human hair with hypoallergic swiss lace bases. There is a wide selection of colours and styles to match your tastes! Prices are cheap and affordable; there are always sales and coupons on the website to save you some cash. If you change your mind within 7 days after purchase, you can always return the wig with a full refund. Aligrace will offer you the best shopping experience for your dream wig.